Long-time Mammoth firefighter has died

(From Mammoth Fire Chief Brent Harper)

Captain Billy Anderson

Division Chief Bill Anderson

 

Our extremely good friend, colleague, and fellow firefighter; Bill Anderson passed away last night.  Bill Anderson was with Mammoth Fire for almost 40 years, serving the last seven years as a full-time division chief.  Chief Anderson was very dedicated to community and loved the fire service.  He was always the life of the party and enjoyed being around firefighters and members of the community.   As many of you know, Chief Anderson was diagnosed with a brain tumor a few months ago.  The operation to remove the tumor was only partially successful.  He died peacefully and without pain, with his family around him.

Workman’s Comp and the Doctors have determined that the tumor was job related.

On behalf of the Mammoth Fire Commissioners, staff and firefighters;  We will miss Billy; our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Val; his daughter Shelby  and son Scotty.

As soon as I know the funeral/memorial arrangements I will let everyone know.

Brent J. Harper

Fire Chief

Mammoth Lakes Fire Dept.

P.O. Box 5

Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

760-934-2300

760-934-9210 (fax)

 

MLFD Serving with PRIDE;

Professionalism,

Respect,          

Integrity,

Dedication,

Excellence

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Bdawg
Bdawg
7 years ago

RIP Billy, prayers to Family, MLFD and friends. He was one of my Training Captains as a rookie and a better man I’ve never met! God Speed!

MK
MK
7 years ago

Billy,
May you rest in peace. peace be your journey.
Our thoughts go out to your family as well as the MLFD family

Charles O. Jones
Charles O. Jones
7 years ago

Division Chief Anderson,
Thank you for your years of dedicated service to the community.
May you rest in peace. And may your fire service brothers look after your family.

Meadow Gal
Meadow Gal
7 years ago

How heartbreaking. Bill was a great man a wonderful community member. My thoughts are with his immediate and extended family.

Grrrrrr
Grrrrrr
7 years ago

We love you, Billy!